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to go to fbi -- former fbi special agent brad garrett and pick up on the conversation we were having with pierre thomas just moments ago. brad, take us to what exactly the fbi is going to be combing through right now and what kind of clues they're going to be looking for. >> well, obviously as pierre mentioned they're going to be looking at the bomb and the make up of the bomb. that may give you some indicators to a particular group. i will tell you, george, this maybe has more the flavor of a domestic extremist group than it does an international group. now, we don't know that. >> why do you say that? >> well, the reason i say that is you're not -- it appears to me with preliminary information that you're not looking at somebody that was trying to cause mass casualties because of the nature and the explosion itself that they were trying to make a statement. and i add to this and this is just me, george, is that you are in that window of april 15th to april 20th when we've had a number of domestic extremist events. oklahoma city, columbine, virginia tech. some people say they are dri
two explosions, two confirmed dead. i do want to go to fbi -- former fbi special agent brad garrett and pick up on the conversation we were having with pierre thomas just moments ago. brad, take us to what exactly the fbi is going to be combing through right now and what kind of clues they're going to be looking for. >> well, obviously as pierre mentioned they're going to be looking at the bomb and the make up of the bomb. that may give you some indicators to a particular group. i will tell you, george, this maybe has more the flavor of a domestic extremist group than it does an international group. now, we don't know that. >> why do you say that? >> well, the reason i say that is you're not -- it appears to me with preliminary information that you're not looking at somebody that was trying to cause mass casualties because of the nature and the explosion itself that they were trying to make a statement. and i add to this and this is just me, george, is that you are in that window of april 15th to april 20th when we've had a number of domestic extremist events. oklahoma city, columbi
for giving such a clear account of what happened. let's get more on this from brad garrett, abc news consultant in washington. it's all hands on deck right now and i guess the fbi assumes this guy is going to go down fighting. >> well, there's no reason to think otherwise, george. look at his behavior in the last few hours. i will tell you when you look at the video that was released these guys are calm, cool, directed and know exactly what they're doing like this was preplanned even before the events on monday, so what does that tell us? i think they have been trained someplace because they went into defensive postures when confronted by the police. people who haven't had that sort of training, they either freeze or take off running and these guysre there to f and so i ommi correct, this guy is not going to be taken alive. >> why didn't they leave the area? >> well, we don't know why they were in the area. for example, they are of college age. are they here on student visas? is that their home? until the photographs were released yesterday at 5:00, they may have felt safe that nobod
and now they're swarming back in. >> i want to go to brad garrett. brad, again, have you been there and have have seen these, tell us what you're observing. >> brian if you can hear me? i want to ask you the question. what did we know about what kind of explosive and guns this young man might have had on him as they're moving in? >> they know or believe he had a assault weapon. a wild chase he and his brother throwing explosives out of the car at the police cars pursuing him including another pressure cooker bomb that detonate add cording to police. the same bomb used to kill and maim at the boston marathon. they had one more they threw out of the car. office yefrz were not hurt seriously in that but it did provide a huge explosion. they searched the car after he ditched it they did not find an assault rifle. he may not have any other explosives though. >> i want to bring in rena bass kin. what did you hear and see? >> oh, s.w.a.t. teams coming in. people running in black uniform was guns, police cars going past and lining streets. and so i can't see what is going on but i'm i
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and apart and maybe not a bomb. >> and picking up on something brad garrett said, we heard from that one eyewitness who said that he saw an explosion take place from a garbage can. there's a good chance that officials, as they go through all the information being gathered from the site, in the hours leading up to the attack, there's a good chance they might be able to capture who was in that area that might have put the devices near the finish line. >> reporter: one key thing, looking at surveillance tapes that might be available. most major cities have surveillance cameras along different major thorough fares. they'll be looking to see if they can find something like that. if they can, it will give them an idea what this person may look like, what the package may have looked like, and also if it originated from a trash can, there are tell-tale signs at a blast scene that tell you where the bomb originated. from that location they look out forward, looking for pieces that would give them an indication of how to gather it and put it back together. >> we heard see officials now in london,
, linsey, thanks very much. to brad garrett right now in washington. we're getting a lot more information, brad, coming in about they may be zeroing in on where this young man could be and alerting going out over police scanners for someone who may have been outside the perimeter. this is every sine officer, every single law enforcement official right now in boston and all the surrounding areas on the highest state of alert. >> yes, and one of the big problems, george, you have somebody that's willing to die, willing to kill other people and has a lot of firepower. and so it alters how you approach him, obviously, in a building or a structure. that's not going to kick in the door and go in there. you're going to have to figure out a way to figure out where he is in the building and then develop a plan but if he's got a suicide vest on, again, changes the formula. you don't want officers dying trying to get to him. so a very, very tense situation to end with no one else getting hurt but the bad guy. >> okay, josh, you're getting more information. we're hearing it appears from the suspect's
of analysis from our team, dan abrams, brad garrett and richard clarke. dan, let me begin with you. the question about the questioning of the witness, at least at first he will not be read his miranda rights. >> that's right. you heard pierre talk about this public safety exception. basically the supreme court has recognized that, in some cases, if there's the possibility of an imminent threat that you can ask limited questions without further reading someone their miranda rights and that's what they're saying here, now, down the road, will someone challenge it and say this shouldn't have happened? sure. courts may have to resolve the specifics in this case later. but there is no question that the u.s. supreme court has recognized this limited exception to reading someone their miranda rights. >> even if a suspect has been in custody for a couple of days? >> then you start getting to the questions. right? the supreme court case involving stopping a guy who had an empty holster. where is the gun? it's back there. can that little statement be admitted? the court said, yes. when you'r
. they are studying the image of first the bomb and then the other one that detonated. abc's consultant brad garrett, a veteran of the fbi, his specialties taking clues like that, and profiling targets of investigation. thanks for being with us. where do they begin tonight? >> this is an agenda driven crime. in other words, somebody or some group wanted to make a statement today. now, was that driven by an organization or was it an individual? so the key is, can they hone that down quickly? the problem, if it's an individual, he or she may not be connected to a group. >> when we talk about signatures with bombs, what are we talking about? >> well, that's the components of the bomb. typically home-made bombs, like you can learn to build a bomb on the internet, are sloppy bombs basically. and they're not designed -- the timers aren't designed in a professional way. if this bomb was built by someone that was a bomb maker from iraq or afghanistan, there are signatures of those types of bombs. and if it's not that, and it looks like it's devices that were purchased locally or here in the united states, t
occurred on the 19th, the oklahoma city bombing and that's not all. abc news consultant brad garrett say there may be a theme. >> you are in that window of april 15th to april 20 when we've had a number of domestic extremist events, oklahoma city, columbine, virginia tech. some people say that they are driven to a certain extent because hitler's birthday is on april 20th. i'm not suggesting that's connected to this. i'm merely throwing it out that it would not surprise me if this is some local extremist group trying to make a statement because of this particular day. i'm not suggesting the window needs to be narrow, but i would look intensely at what information they had about different extremist groups. there's a lot of public source information about demonstrations on taxes, on a number of other issues that are hot button issues for extremist groups who don't like either what the government is doing or what the government represents. >> now, some also see significance in the attack taking place on patriots' day in massachusetts. the holiday commemorates the first shots fired in the rev
father. never saw indication at all atwas capable of violence. we're reminded by brad garrett, our fbi specialing at, often these terrorist lead double lives. we begin with chief investigative brian ross, on the ground, all through the night in watertown, brian, a night of gunfire, bombs, police hunting down the terrorists right now. >> reporter: indeed, george. he was last seen 12 hours ago here in watertown, since then, no sightings of him. so the search is almost urgent. authorities are saying that suspect number two dzhokhar tsarnaev is armed and extremely dangerous, may be wearing a suicide vest. >> indications are strong that the current outstanding party may be wearing a suicide vest. again, all units use extreme caution approaching any party that matches the description of the outstanding party. >> reporter: it began last night. with the robbery of a convenience store in cambridge at approximately 7:30. a surveillance camera inside the store, caught the image of the man eye dented mied five hours earlier of suspect number two in the marathon bombings. on the campus of m.i.t. a
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the image of first the bomb and then the other one that detonated. abc's consultant brad garrett, a veteran of the fbi, his specialties taking clues like that, and profiling targets of investigation. thanks for being with us. where do they begin tonight? >> this is an agenda driven crime. in other words, somebody or some group wanted to make a statement today. now, was that driven by an organization or was it an individual? so the key is, can they hone that down quickly? the problem, if it's an individual, he or she may not be connected to a group. >> when we talk about signatures with bombs, what are we talking about? >> well, that's the components of the bomb. typically home-made bombs, like you can learn to build a bomb on the internet, are sloppy bombs basically. and they're not designed -- the timers aren't designed in a professional way. if this bomb was built by someone that was a bomb maker from iraq or afghanistan, there are signatures of those types of bombs. and if it's not that, and it looks like it's devices that were purchased locally or here in the united states, that then gi
with your parents the rest of your life," brad garrett. and a performance from singer, songwriter nick lachey. plus, "royal pains" star mark feuerstein takes a seat at the co-host desk. all next on the emmy . ard-winning "live" now, here are kelly ripa and mark feuerstein! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi! mark: i love it. i love it. i'm just going to do this the whole show. let's go. [cheers and applause] yay! kelly: it is wednesday, april 17, 2013, filling in for michael today is our good friend, mark feuerstein. mark: hello! [cheers and applause] hello! you have the best crowd. kelly: no, i'm telling you, they love you. they absolutely -- everybody loves you that knows you, i have to say. mark: thank you. well, i love everybody. that works out well. i love everybody. i love you. i love you. [applause] i love being here. kelly: well, you are certainly -- you are such a breath of fresh air for us the past couple of days, we've been surrounded by the horrors that have happened in boston, and so today, of course, the news continues to unfold. more information is coming out that there
more from abc legal analyst dan abrams. and former special agent for the fbi brad garrett. we now know that dzhokhar is answering some questions in writing. the fbi wants to know, is anybody else involved? >> right. the real trick with that, george, is figuring out where his mind is. what is his motivation? why does he want to talk to us? is he being truthful or not? getting him over that hump and saying, okay, it's okay to talk to us, it's really your only avenue to a better situation maybe. th cld take a lo period of time. >> and dan, how much longer can this questioning go on without reading the suspect his miranda rights? apparently, it hasn't happened yet. >> they're calling it the public safety exception. unclear how long they're allowed to do it. in past cases, like the underwear bomber, they questioned him for about 50 minutes and a court determined that was okay without a miranda warning. the further the time is away from the incident itself, the more perilous it is constitutionally. at some point, it doesn't matter. he challenges it later on, the court says, you shouldn't hav
for you. you are in miami right now. you did make it there. and brad garrett, who was here yesterday, and was trying to get back to washington, took him 5 1/2 hours to get back. >> oh. delays up and down the east coast. >>> let's get to josh elliott and the other top developing stories. >> we have breaking news. good morning to you. a violent attack in libya. a car bomb there, has exploded in front of the french embassy in the capital of tripoli. it caused major damage and injured two guards. the blast ignited a fire near the entrance. with shrapnel flying in all directions. france's president has denounced the bombing as an attack on every country engaged in fighting terrorism. >>> here at home, it's being called the worst flood in recorded history, in parts of the midwest. at this hour, they are bracing for more rain. already so bad this flooding, that people in western michigan are seeing that, fish swimming by office windows. ducks, as well. and abc's alex perez in eastern missouri, joins us from along the banks of the mississippi river. alex, good morning. >> reporter: good morn
-own the improv, and so she hired a bunch of stand-up comedians, brad garrett, joe wenger, john dore so hanging out on set with that many stand-up comedians is ridiculous. >> it really is in tune with the times though, too. >> i feel like, you know, like the whole show, the other day about a whole group of people having to move back in with their parents so i think it's really timely and relatable. i don't think there's any traditional family consolation anymore. it's really changing. >> no, and people will get a lot out of it and a lot of laughs, as well. we only have a short period of time today, but i really want to ask you about the special episode of "grey's anatomy" about this kawasaki disease which you actually have a personal connection to. >> yeah, before i do that, i have to say, elizabeth perkins is my mom and it's a dream come true to work with her. i've been obsessed with her and feel so lucky. the episode of "grey's," my son actually had kawasaki's disease two years ago, so it was really important to us to try to raise awareness because it often goes undiagnosed. it's a very commo
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